18th November 2014  written by Xeno

Did you like Dear Ester but wished there would have been some game play and not just walking around? Well The Vanishing of Ethan Carter may just be what you’re looking for…

The Vanishing of Ethan Carter Review - Morbid Play

23rd November 2014  written by Whistler

Ah the universe of Warhammer 40K, never has there been a darker fictional dystopian future and as much as being some super human badass space marine would be awesome…

Space Hulk: Ascension Edition Review - Morbid Play

25th November 2014  written by Xeno

Me and games of the Point and Click genre have been on quite good terms as of late. With TellTale pumping out winner after winner and new franchises like Tormentum, I've been riding high on my…

Shadows on the Vatican Review - Morbid Play

26th November 2014  written by Whistler

It’s comforting to know that devs still care and are willing to make some great platformers like 1001 Spikes, Rayman Legends and even some under the radar titles like You Want to Win the Game…

Never Alone Review - Morbid Play

27th November 2014  written by Bad Demoman

Bullet Hell games have always fascinated me – I think it’s the complexity of the patterns. Unfortunately, try as I may, I've never had the skill to play most of them. As a genre, Shoot em’ Ups…

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